Sweep the Hooch a Success!
We broke the record with 819 volunteers who pulled 24 tons of trash from the Chattahoochee River during the 8th Annual Sweep the Hooch! This event took place on Saturday, April 7 at 43 sites covering 100+ river miles. Sweep the Hooch is organized by CRK in partnership with Upper Chattahoochee Chapter of Trout Unlimited and the Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area. Thank you to our sponsors, whom without their support this important day of community service would not be possible.
River Benefactor: The Home Depot Foundation; River Advocate: Arthur M. Blank Family Foundation, Brown Bag Marketing, Collective Insights, Kimberly-Clark, Kroger, Ruby-Collins, Inc., Southwire, WEG Electric Corp. USA; River Conservator: Bridgestone Tires 4ward Program, Center for Hard to Recycle Materials – Charm, David B and Gail Chester, Republic Services; River Patron: American Rivers, Archer Western, Chattahoochee Parks Conservancy, Geosyntec Consultants; Media Sponsor: Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Faimly2Family
Support CRK in 2018
With the continued threats our river faces, CRK needs your support now more than ever. Please pledge your support for North Georgia’s most valuable natural resource by becoming a CRK event sponsor. In addition to receiving the satisfaction of knowing that your financial commitment will have a positive impact on the lives of the nearly 4 million people who depend on the Chattahoochee, you will receive a myriad of benefits for what you’re doing to help save our precious river.
Taking over the summer in June, July and August, SweetWater Brewing Company‘s Save the Hooch campaign encourages patrons to “give of their livers to save the river” by purchasing Save the Hooch T-shirts, or coming out to an event at participating restaurants, bars and retail accounts where the beer is sold throughout metro Atlanta. Proceeds will support CRK’s mission of protecting clean water. Head over to our Save the Hooch page on events and fundraising opportunities in your community.